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This guy makes snow art with his feet

If you thought you had a lot of points on your Nike Fuelband, wait til you see how much walking Simon Beck does in a single day. He’s responsible for creating the incredible snow art you see below. With his feet.

Wait, what?

Beck creates patterns in the snow by walking around, sometimes for up to 10 hours at a time. I’m having a hard time believing it too, but apparently it’s the real deal.

See more on his Facebook page.

Now back to sitting on the couch for this guy.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

8 Comments for This guy makes snow art with his feet



  1. Reggie_In_Goshen
    7:33 pm December 24, 2013 Permalink

    Guy sounds like a total hippie who wastes his life and opportunities. Needs to get a job and quit taking handouts.



    • JoeMoney333
      9:32 am December 25, 2013 Permalink

      Ahh. The stereotypical internet person. I knew I’d find you here! Go back to not doing anything special with your life you silly person you…



  2. Greg
    7:38 pm December 24, 2013 Permalink

    He kinda looks like the most interesting man in the world. Stay thirsty my friends.



  3. rainman
    7:51 pm December 24, 2013 Permalink

    I think he’s an alien! Great North version of Crop Circles!



  4. BlueFan
    8:15 pm December 24, 2013 Permalink

    Yeah, but can he make em eat they feet?



  5. Skinny Rich
    10:41 pm December 24, 2013 Permalink

    I bet he’s the same guy that does all those crop thingies in the summer.



  6. rock
    12:15 am December 25, 2013 Permalink

    big deal. I can write my name in the snow.



  7. SeoulCat
    4:40 am December 25, 2013 Permalink

    #1 A man who chides another man for wasting time by posting a complaint that will never be seen by the object of his complaints on a Kentucky sports blog. Oh, the irony.